Killeedy GAA and Camogie Health & Wellbeing
From killeedys health and well-being team, your club needs you to help with hitting 4,000kms for our club to be in the draw for the prize. We invite and encourage you to register for the following Irish Life/GAA steps challenge.
Irish life/GAA Every Step Counts Challenge
1. Download the MyLife App to your Phone
2. Register your details
3. Click on “Social”
4. Click on “Munster Challenge”
5. Click on “Killeedy GAA & Camogie Healthy Club Project”
6. In settings, go to tracking devices and link your fitness tracking device ( if any problems pls contact a member of the Healthy Club Team)
7. Start walking between January 19th – Feb 23 and tracking all your steps…
Remember, this is a Virtual Challenge and people from all over the world can help Killeedy achieve our target so together, while apart we can be a team. We hope what will be a healthy 2022 for you all
Ireland Lights Up
‘‘Ireland Lights Up’’ walking campaign returns in January in partnership with the GAA and Operation Transformation to ensure that ‘Ireland Lights Up’ by turning on their floodlights. Participating clubs will be asked to open their gates on any or all evenings for the duration of the campaign
The Walkway in Killeedy will be open to the general public (non members of GAA /Camogie) on Mondays from 24th (7-8pm)January to the end of this campaign. Club Members are welcome to use the walkway at any time
On Mondays between 7-8pm members of the Healthy Club Team will be there for registration, to keep track of who is using the facilities. Please adhere to Public Health Guidelines. Everyone welcome..!
#IrelandLightsUp #GAABelong #GAAHealth #healthyclub #gaacommunity
U15 Hurling Training resumes this week. Please watch for social media communications from your team coordinator. Coordinator for this tears’ U15s is Mags Mullaney
Munster Hurling Cup
Congratulations to John Kiely and his team on a commanding win against Kerry in the TUS Gaelic Grounds last Sunday. Whist on the opposing team, a genuine congratulations goes to our very own Paudie Ahern. A familiar threat, with scores recorded on the board as number 11 for the Kerry team. Well done Paudie and congratulations to yourself and the Ahern family.
Killeedy GAA Development Draw
1st – €1,000 – Áine & Adrian Shanahan
2nd – €500 – Denis & Elaine Kirby
3rd – €500 – Cormac & Aidan Quin
4th – €250 – SMI Car Pool (Diarmuid, Odhran, Darragh, Nathan)
5th – €250 – John Cunningham (Camas)
6th – €250 – Bernie & David Fitzpatrick
7th – €250 – Lucas Cremin
8th – €200 – Danny & Catherine Clifton
9th – €200 – Pat Hayes
10th – €200 – Michael & Molly Casey
11th – €200 – Jim & Mary Mulcahy
12th – €200 – Paul Dore
13th – €200 – Michael Keatinq Junior
14th – €200 – Michael Deely Senior
15th – €200 – Mark Kennedy
16th – €200 – Peter King
17th – €200 – Pat & Anne White
Promoters Prize – Damien/Mags Mullaney
Killeedy Dads & Lads.
After a deserved break, It’s time to think of dusting off the boots. After postponement of the December fixture, Killeedy are invited to a national D&L tournament in Dublin on Saturday 2nd April. This will prove to be a lot of fun and gives those interested in joining, a chance to get a ‘bit fit’ along the way. Please keep an eye out on the Killeedy social media forums for updates.